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Amazon dissatisfied Microsoft won $10 billion ‘war cloud’ Pentagon contract

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Donald Trump has actually long made a sport of mocking Amazon founder and Washington Post paper owner Jeff Bezos, and Jeff Bezos is well conscious of this.




Microsoft just won a $10 billion so-called “war cloud” contract with Donald Trump’s administration for Pentagon cloud-based computing.

Amazon desired that $10 billion Pentagon contract.

Amazon, the business founded by Jeff Bezos, plans to dispute the contract procedure, claiming “unmistakable bias.”

( L-R) Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Larry Page, CEO and Co-founder of Alphabet, sit throughout a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and technology leaders at Trump Tower in New York, U.S., December 14,2016 REUTERS

Amazon filed a formal protest in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, which handles financial claims against the federal government, reports the Associated Press on Thursday:

Amazon’s competitive quote for the “war cloud” task drew criticism from President Donald Trump and its business competitors. The task, formally called the Joint Enterprise Defense Facilities, or JEDI, pitted leading tech titans Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle and IBM versus one another

In a declaration, Amazon stated that “various aspects” of the bidding procedure included “clear deficiencies, errors, and apparent bias.” It did not elaborate.

Amazon added that “it’s essential that these matters be taken a look at and corrected.”

Microsoft has actually not yet talked about the matter.

Amazon to oppose $10 B Pentagon agreement won by Microsoft[apnews.com]

Larry Page (C), CEO and Co-founder of Alphabet, speaks while Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook (R), and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos search during a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and technology leaders at Trump Tower in New York City U.S., December 14,2016 REUTERS

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